Looking for an e-liquid that is all about being rebellious and cool? Look no further than Riot Squad! This brand has got some serious attitude, marketing itself as anarchy and rap inspired. I recently got my hands on some of their e-liquids, and I have to say, I was pretty impressed with what I found.
Before we dive into the flavors, let me just give you a bit of background. I actually got to see the Riot Squad crew perform live at a recent vape expo. Needless to say, I was totally pumped to try out their e-liquids, and I was not disappointed.
Grapple and Slapcurrant was definitely my favorite of the bunch. The blend of apple and blackcurrant was just the right amount of sweetness, making it a great all-day vape.
Strawberry Scream, on the other hand, was a bit too sweet for my taste. I wanted more strawberry flavor to come through, but it was drowned out by the creaminess.
Pink Grenade had a great lemony taste on the inhale, but I didn’t get enough of the “violent” strawberry flavor that they promised.
Tropical Fury was a bit too confusing for my taste buds. The mix of tropical fruits made it hard for me to differentiate between the flavors.
Cola Cooler was a no-go for me, as I’m not a fan of menthol e-liquids. Plus, I read that too much cola can be bad for your man bits.
Menthol Molotov was not my cup of tea either. It tasted like sweet mouthwash, which is not what I’m looking for in an e-liquid.
Smashed Apple Pie had a sweet, dessert-like taste that I enjoyed, but the vanilla flavor was a bit overwhelming.
Lastly, Sub Lime had a nice acidic lime and lemon flavor, but it left a sour aftertaste in my mouth.
Overall, Riot Squad has some great flavors, and I definitely recommend giving them a try if you’re into fruity e-liquids. And hey, if you’re a fan of anarchy and rap, all the better!